Miroslav Ondrícek

Miroslav Ondrícek

Highest Rated: 100% Taking Off (1971)

Lowest Rated: 49% Riding in Cars With Boys (2001)

Birthday: Nov 4, 1934

Birthplace: Prague, Czechoslovakia

Cinematographer who began his career with the emergence of the Czech New Wave in the early 1960s. Ondricek made his professional debut with Milos Forman's 1962 feature, "Talent Competition," beginning an association with the director which has lasted for over 25 years. Ondricek has also worked with countrymen Jan Nemec and Ivan Passer and shot three films for Lindsay Anderson, including his landmark feature, "If" (1968). He left Czechoslovakia with Forman to make "Taking Off" (1971) and has worked regularly in the US since then, winning acclaim for his richly textured work on Forman's "Ragtime" (1981) and "Valmont" (1989).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
49% 66% Riding in Cars With Boys Cinematographer $29.8M 2001
81% 84% A League of Their Own Cinematographer $105.1M 1992
89% 89% Awakenings Cinematographer $49.4M 1990
No Score Yet No Score Yet Distant Harmony: Pavarotti in China Cinematographer - 1987
89% 95% Amadeus Cinematographer - 1984
74% 78% The World According to Garp Cinematographer - 1982
82% 87% Hair Cinematographer - 1979
82% 68% Slaughterhouse Five Cinematographer - 1972
100% 84% Taking Off Cinematographer - 1971
90% 87% If... Cinematographer - 1968
No Score Yet 62% The White Bus Cinematographer - 1967
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Blonde in Love Cinematographer - 1965